So I’m jumping on the blog-bandwagon. I figured that for the next year while I’m out of the country in Bangladesh, instead of bothering people with a flood of impersonal mass emails, I would post it all in a one of these hip and trendy blog thingies, so that those interested could read about my life as they pleased. I have an affinity towards digression and half of what I write will probably be more like journal entries for myself to reread one day than anything else... but enjoy...

Saturday, November 26, 2005


So it was off to India for the Fulbright Conference in Chandigarh. Arrived in Delhi a few days early to squeeze in some sight seeing (it being my first time to the country and all)... Coming from Dhaka, Delhi seemed like a very modern city... less honking, less conjestion, less chaos. From the airport it seemed as though there was even something resembling the suburbs... people actually had lawns in the their front yard... it was a beautful thing to see.

Took a tour around Delhi and saw some of your standard sights...

Juntar Muntar

Qutab Minar

Erin and I at Bahai Lotus Temple

India Gate at Night

Laxmi Narayan Temple

Around Delhi


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